SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – California water regulators are looking at giving more water to fish, and less to farms, from an overtapped state river system. California’s Water Resources Control Board released a draft Thursday that could double the minimum amount of water flows into Central California’s San Joaquin River system, by reducing water diversions to farms and cities. California for decades has been diverting up to 80 percent of water from the tributaries that flow into the San Joaquin, mainly for use by farms in the country’s top agricultural state. Water board chairwoman Felicia Marcus says restoring some of the flow is essential to saving crashing populations of salmon and other native fish. State Farm Bureau Federation president Paul Wenger calls the proposal craziness. The draft now goes to months of state hearings.